The oil / milk can is a singular shape, without a handle or lid. The same cavity is used for pouring and filling. The opening is placed under a 90 angle, to prevent dust settling onto the content. The object creates a visul dialogue between content and interior space.
10 x 4,5 x h 10 cm
vinegar flask has a characteristic spout. Like the mouth of an animal it protrudes from the opening of the flask. An appropiate dose of vinegar is poured into this small reservoir. Then, by tilting the flask to the side, it can be distributed over the dish.
oil platter has an elevated surface on one side. This allows users to press bread and oil against this surface. Any excess oil will drip back into the saucer. A slight elevation in the heart of the saucer distributes the oil to the outer rim.
water carafe lies down instead of standing upright. The user has to pay delicate attention to the sound and the weight of the object to know when he should stop filling it. Because of th ewide spout teh flow of water from teh carafe resembles a waterfall.
salt cellar combines a container and a plateau. The container holds the salt and serves as a handle. Salt is poured onto the plateau, so that it can be picked up from the black surface. Filling the container works the other way around: salt is put on the plateau and then poured into the handle.